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Old 03-19-2014, 08:08 PM   #12895
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Welcome to mutants 74 and 75! This sort of sounds like Dr. Seuss - thing one and thing two!
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Old 03-19-2014, 08:11 PM   #12896
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I kind of like thing one. Thing 2 sounds icky.
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Old 03-19-2014, 08:12 PM   #12897
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Welcome PushedAround (RVM74) and WAGM (RVM75).

You'll quickly learn the sarcasm/tongue-in-cheek nature of some of the replies. You'll also learn the sincerity/compassion of some of the statements made by the other mutants. If you're not sure which it is, ask. The first 73 mutants are as honest as the day is long. (DST excluded).

Hope to see you in Arkansas.
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Old 03-19-2014, 08:29 PM   #12898
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Brag time....

Pic is of my Grand Daughter, Megan, PFC US Army Medic, teaching field first aid techniques to my Grandson Bradley's (he is the tall one) Boy Scout Troop during their Winter Camp Out.

Meg is on leave at home in PA after serving a year in South Korea, to be stationed in GA now.

Can you guess where we will be going after our stop in PA? In knew you could! Click image for larger version

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Old 03-19-2014, 08:40 PM   #12899
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Brag Time, and so appropriate Dave. No dought I could of held more of my scouts attention had I looked like your grand daughter! lol
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Old 03-19-2014, 08:51 PM   #12900
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Brag time....

Pic is of my Grand Daughter, Megan, PFC US Army Medic, teaching field first aid techniques to my Grandson Bradley's (he is the tall one) Boy Scout Troop during their Winter Camp Out.
Congratulations on having a soldier, medic AND a Boy Scout among your grandchildren. SOMEBODY musta done somethin' right!
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Old 03-19-2014, 08:59 PM   #12901
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Thanks Tim and Jeannie.

I dont know how we got so darn lucky with our kids and grands.

Tim, my daughter said that Meg had their undivided attention and admiration. After all, she is an older woman and in uniform and really knows her job!

And Bradley is Assistant Troop Leader and also Troop Chaplain. And I own him because I take him trap shooting (will put off a date with a girl for that ). He is on the cusp of being an Eagle Scout!
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Old 03-19-2014, 08:59 PM   #12902
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There must be a rainbow lurking around here somewhere, but danged if I can see it. This is all we have been seeing for a loooooong time. Not going away any time soon, another month probably at least.
TINA!!!

Those are NOT the photos I like to see you post. I can't puzzle anything that cold looking, BRRRR! My suggestion -- find a new back yard for 9 months each year and leave that to the polar bears.
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Old 03-19-2014, 09:09 PM   #12903
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There must be a rainbow lurking around here somewhere, but danged if I can see it. This is all we have been seeing for a loooooong time. Not going away any time soon, another month probably at least.
Do hope ya can get that Rockwood outa there soon!
My kids say this is the worst winter they can remember. Well....I remember much worse! You? Like when we walked to school, and it was 5 miles, with 3 feet of snow, 30 below, and up hill....BOTH WAYS
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Old 03-19-2014, 09:17 PM   #12904
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Thanks Tim and Jeannie.

I dont know how we got so darn lucky with our kids and grands.

Tim, my daughter said that Meg had their undivided attention and admiration. After all, she is an older woman and in uniform and really knows her job!

And Bradley is Assistant Troop Leader and also Troop Chaplain. And I own him because I take him trap shooting (will put off a date with a girl for that ). He is on the cusp of being an Eagle Scout!
Good going for your GS it takes a lot of work to become an Eagle. Our youngest GS made it to Eagle last year, actually it was on 12/12/12, that they granted it to him. The party was months later. Now he is still going strong as a leader in the Boy Scouts. Takes a lot of time and support from family.

Welcome to the newcomers...RVM's 74 & 75.

Hope there is a mug left after the GC for me........DIBS!
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Thanks Tim and Jeannie.

I dont know how we got so darn lucky with our kids and grands.

Tim, my daughter said that Meg had their undivided attention and admiration. After all, she is an older woman and in uniform and really knows her job!

And Bradley is Assistant Troop Leader and also Troop Chaplain. And I own him because I take him trap shooting (will put off a date with a girl for that ). He is on the cusp of being an Eagle Scout!
Keep encouraging Bradley, as you know I was involved in Scouting for many years and had many boys near to finishing up the Eagle Rank and then they smell the fumes. Gasoline fumes (reached driving age) and Perfume (the lure of the young ladies).
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Old 03-19-2014, 09:52 PM   #12906
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I kept starting to answer Quotes but there were too many
Then i wanted to wekcome the new mutants.
Then i needed to respond...
Did i? Nope.. Just got in from a fabulous meeting of Mid-Southern Watercolorists and a demo.... So now i want to go paint.....
Will i.... Nope... Bed sounds like a better idea.

Whover said this sounds like a Dr Seus book,
I so love Dr. Seus..... "You're Only Old Once, a book for Obsolete Chikdren"
I gave this book to my daddy 20 years ago... It is mine now, and I am old.....

( i just tried to upload the photo of the book cover, and irv2 said there was a PARSE error... )
WHATEVER.....

ANYWAY, i love ALL of you mutants, Wayne, you too......

Give Barb lots of ginger ale, some of it stays down, and ginger settles tummy.


Welcome number 74 and 75.....
Hope you make it to the beautiful state of Arkansas....
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Otters, Bald Eagles and Geese, Oh My!

Today has been a wonderful day for watching nature on the Columbia River. I saw my first ever wild bald eagle trying to catch smelt, then I saw otters feeding on the same. And there is a pair of wild geese that return here every Spring to nest. I'll be on my way to the GC before there are goslings, but it's fun to watch the parents feed and listen to them honk at the big ships that pass by. I wonder if they are admiring or fussing? Anyone here speak Goose and can translate?
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Today has been a wonderful day for watching nature on the Columbia River. I saw my first ever wild bald eagle trying to catch smelt, then I saw otters feeding on the same. And there is a pair of wild geese that return here every Spring to nest. I'll be on my way to the GC before there are goslings, but it's fun to watch the parents feed and listen to them honk at the big ships that pass by. I wonder if they are admiring or fussing? Anyone here speak Goose and can translate?
Can uya make a sound clip and load it like we do pictures? I have ducks and one gander.... and so I understand a little goose....
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